Albert Bartlett contender? THREE CARD BRAG stays all day at Fairyhouse

Albert bartlett contender? Three card brag stays all day at fairyhouse

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Potential Cheltenham Festival winner?

Three Card Brag makes the running on testing ground at Fairyhouse and proves too good for the highly-regarded Willie Mullins horse Spanish Harlem to announce himself as a serious prospect for staying novice hurdles in the spring for trainer Gordon Elliott, jockey Adrian Heskin and owners the McNeill family.

On Cheltenham Festival aspirations, Heskin told Racing TV’s Johnny Ward post-race: “He’s a fair horse and I think stepping up in trip again [from this intermediate distance] will suit him better.”

Albert Bartlett horse? “I’d like to think so,” said the jockey. “He’s going there with an each-way chance hopefully. He has plenty of improvement with an extra half mile in front of him.”

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